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rain chances for today. both our numerical models and future forecast models are split between either a 20% rain mid levels will be prominent along with the right amount of that will just have to be monitored throughout the day. as a precaution, grab the umbrella and leave it in the car o mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies will be common along with a slight mugginess to the air. and 35 mph valley wide; highs between 100 and 105 degrees. a neighborhood turns to 13 action news-- because they say construction work is keeping them all through all hours of the night. nats of beeping 21:52/pudwill "i really may just lose my mind." r-and-o construction is working at a shopping center near
it's zoned commercial, so there's no problem. but it's also right next to some people's backyards. "every time they would drop the bucket on the ground-the whole house would shake." (butted with) "it's just loud-we're tying to sleep and it's right behind our house." a spokeswoman for the city says the company doesn't need an "early- start-permit" to work overnight, but code enforcement could ask them if they'd be nice enough to stop the late-night work. we reached out to r-and-o, but we're still waiting to hear back from them. a henderson doctor's office is employees... after our crews find hundreds of medical vials with people's personal information on them-- just sitting in the dumpster outside. all of the vials were expired, but they had patients' names and birthdays on them. we spoke with one of the doctors at allergy partners of nevada. they say the procedure is remove the labels from the bottles before they ever leave the office. dr. sean mcknight allergy of partners of nevada 21.40.00.00 "we do everything to keep patient safety at a very high
saline so they pose no danger to anyone. the doctor says they will be reporting the issue, and they're committed to finding out what happened. one of the men charged with killing a teenage boy over an i-pad... is now guilty on all charges. a jury found michael solid guilty of first degree murder and robbery charges... for the death of 15 year old marco arenas in may 2013. the teen was walking down the man tried to steal his ipad. during the struggle arenas was run over the men's suv. solid solid now faces the possibility of life in prison without parole. the battle over the mexico's wall and who's going to pay for it is now taking over the race for the white house... as donald trump's challenger hillary clinton responds to his big immigration speech. day one, my first hour in criminal aliens. zero.
special deportation task force after his meeting with mexico's president trump was adamant in showing he's committed to building a wall. the billionaire said the two discussed the wall-- but not the payment. but the country's president disputed that, tweeting he made it clear that mexico will not pay for the wall. hillary clinton also took to social me failed his first foreign test in diplomacy. takes more than trying to make up for a year of insults and insinuations by dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours and then flying home again. that is not how it works. mexico's president says the meeting was constructive-- he added his priority is to protect mexicans everywhere, including those in the u-s. the unlv rebels will officially
as the teams starts a new season, some are wondering if the rebs will soon get a new home to play in. parker collins is live at their current home, sam boyd stadium with more on this. unlv has a football game tonight... right behind me... it's something a lot of people are excited about... but not so much about the venue. it was built in 19-71.... and most recently rennovated in 19-99. new turf was installed last sam boyd is away. the campus improvement authority board was supposed to meet yesterday. the topic-- what would happen if we don't get the raiders and therefore no new stadium.... that u- n-lv would also use. that meeting at unlv was canceled because not enough people showed up. tonight's game is set to kick off at 7p-m. the rebels are hosting jackson putting in your childs car seat or booster seat can be a big hassle... but did you know that some cars make things a lot easier for you?-- we've got the new
we''re just getting in this video. police say the driver of the car was trying to get away from police when they crashed. two children and a employee were injured when the car went into the daycare....they have minor injuries. the driver was taken into custody. a shocking scene when parents arrive president obama takes a trip to lake tahoe to talk about climate change-- and his new efforts to fight it. sot obama at 14:29:03 "lake tahoe temper is rising at fastest rate every, highest on record..." butt to sot at 14:29:36 "our conservation effort more critical more urgent than ever." obama's visit comes during the 20th annual lake tahoe summit...an event committed to exploring changing climate and its impact on ecosystems...like
dollars has been spent on the renewal of lake tahoe...and a bill is pending in the senate that would commit another 450 million over the next ten years. in just a few hours... we're be learning more about the n-h-p trooper who got into a shootout with a suspect... but was saved by his badge. highway patrol is holding a news conference this morning at ten, where they'll walk through what happened with trooper shawn peckham last friday. we know the trooper pulled a highway, and 41 year old matthew gibbon got out and ran. he was killed in the shootout, and one of his shots hit the trooper's badge. we will have crews at the briefing-- so look online and on action news at midday for updates. c-c-s-d hasn't even had a full week of school yet... but one mom is already frustrated... because she says the bus system is making her daughter miss class. now 13 action news is stepping in to help. plus-- (taraji edwards/first grade) i used to really like it but now
a 6 year old already wanting to change schools. the punishment she says her teacher gave her... that humilated her in front of her classmates. and live drive is on the move right now heading to nellis and russell. there's a crash reported there. we're hearing a person may have been hit by a car- parker collins is also on the way. stay with us. we sent him here to fix it. but congressman
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the jury is still out on the rain chances for today. both our numerical models and future forecast models are split between either a 20% rain chance or less than 5% rain chance to both the valley and the mountains. moisture content to the low and mid levels will be prominen amount of heat for lift. the question is will the air be unstable enough to produce the rain into the
throughout the day. as a precaution, grab the umbrella and leave it in the car, office or backpack today. mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies will be common along with a slight mugginess to the air. winds will be increasing throughout the day but 10-20 mph winds will be common out of and 35 mph valley wide; highs between 100 and 105 degrees. rain chances still look to dwindle out friday and through our labor day weekend with mainly sunny skies expected. temperatures will continue to drop and by sunday, mid and upper 90s will be common throughout the city! it does
look to be at their gustiest saturday and sunday. best opportunity for the major winds will be between the hours of 11am and 7pm each day. by labor day monday late afternoon, winds will die down and return to normal values. sunny skies continue with highs keeping to the mid and upper 90 through wednesday. a consumer alert before you pack your kids' lunch this
little bite snacks-- because of a choking hazard! consumers are complaining that pieces of plastic were found in th at least one injury has been reported. the recall affects "little bites fudge brownies" and chocolate chip muffins with a "best by" date of october 8-th-- as well as, variety packs with a "best by" date of september 24-th. the details are on your screen, and our website. a new study from the insurance institute for highway safety shows the audi q-7, lexus r-x and toyota prius are the easiest for putting in child seats.
systems for kids in 170 differnt vehicles. the best performers were easy to maneuver, and had more than the minimum number of latches required to lock seats in. the worst performers were the ford fiesta, chevrolet silverado and infiniti q-70. we'll put the full list on k-t-n- v.com trash-sv a south carolina family says their 6- year-old daughter is now changing schools... because her teacher threw her shoes in the trash-- and she was humiliated. around bare-feeted for a half an hour with no shoes on and the children laughed at me and made fun of me of my shoes being dirty and smelly when the girl's mom asked what happened-- she said her teacher threw them in the trash because she was playing with them when the teacher had asked her not to. she says eventually the teacher told her to get them out and put them back on. when i was at school and she threw my shoes in the trashcan
the family says they talked to the school district-- who told them they do not tolerate embarrassment or humiliation as a form of punishment... and they're now looking into what happened. the adorable friendship going viral this morning... a college football player eating lunch with a kid who was sitting by himself-- so how has life been for the little boy ever since? christmas is only 114 days away-- and new this morning... has this years hottest toys. coming up in our next hour-- we'll show you what all the kids will be asking for. chopper 13 fast and first.. heading to nellis and russell.. where we're hearing a person may have been hit by a car. collins and chopper 13 on the
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chance or less than 5% rain chance to both the valley and heat for lift. the question is will the air be unstable enough to produce the rain into the valley and that will just have to be monitored throughout the day. as a precaution, grab the a slight mugginess to the air. throughout the day but 10-20 mph winds will be common out of the south with gusts between 25 and 35 mph valley wide; highs between 100 and 105 degrees. eat with you? he was like sure, why not." it's the picture that's making headlines. an fsu football player sees a middle schooler eating lunch alone-- and steps in. the little boy's mom says he was diagnosed with autism when he was 3... and ever since his lunch with
full of friends. "i just want to say to all of the kids thank you so much for believing in me," "something that seemed so small to him was just...i mean... was really life altering for me," fsu has invited the boy and his mom to join the team for their season opener. in today's gma first look-- two women are being held in discovered with a huge amount of cocaine. abc's gio benitez has the story. < in this morning's gma first look - how police say this globe-trotting vacation landed two women behind bars in an australian prison. 22-year-old melina roberge and 28-year- old isabelle lagace posted images showing an extravagant and fun- filled cruise on instagram... but authorities say there was more going on they say they discovered 209 pounds of cocaine in their luggage! worth a staggering 22-million dollars! sot//tim
force commander - this is the biggest seizure of narcotics through a passenger stream the canadian pair boarded cruise ship two months ago? starting in the uk and visiting 11 countries until it's final destination in sydney, australia where police finally arrested them and a 63-year-old man. sot//supt conrad jensen, australian federal police - the seizure of these drugs disrupted the supply of cocaine to sydney and beyond and we'll have more on the international investigatoin coming up at 7am - with your gma first look, i'm gio benitez, abc news, new york." > coming up at 6-30.... a henderson woman says a run-in between police and her autistic son forced her to put these signs all over her home. now the police department is responding. megan adlibs tease right now... a powerful storm is making it's
charles what's up man? -whoa! how can we help? -ah man! wait, is that a basketball player? yes! -wow! my heart's about to jump out my chest man. charles you ought to be proud
man. i'm just extremely grateful they were here giving them some encouragement- that's something that these kids are going to remember for a lifetime. did you see his big old feet? look.
rain chances for today. both our numerical models and the mountains. moisture content to the low and mid levels will be prominent along with the right amount of heat for lift. the question is will the air as a precaution, grab the umbrella and leave it in the car, office or backpack today. mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies will be common along with
between 100 and 105 degrees. right now, the state of hawaii is hunkering down as tropical storm madeline passes the big island. a state of emergency is currently in effect. schools are closed on the big island today. madeline has already brought huge waves and heavy rains. the biggest concern right now is storm surge and mudslides. sot mos: we already hav out, i don't know whats going to happen hurricane lester is right on madeline's heels. it's moving across the pacific ocean and could be near the islands over the labor day weekend. it's expected to weaken by then, but nonetheless will bring heavy rains to the area. breaking right now... there are reports of a space x rocket explosion right now... this is a tweet just coming in from cape canaveral florida...
billowing into the air... we've seen a few pictures like this... here at home... employees at saint rosedominicag up to help a co-worker who's dealing with a heart breaking tragedy. the co-worker is from the philippines and vacations there every year with his family. but a few days ago his son and daughter-in-law were killed in a car- crash... leaving their two young kids without any parents. jeff williams, family friend 11:13:16-11:13:26 "we're like family and so that's why we did it. we may not all agee stuff all the time but here at work we think of each other as family." friends have set up a go fund me account to collect donations for funeral and travel costs. if you'd like to help, we posted the link on our website. a violent confrontation ends with shots fired in an apartment complex... and only on 13 action news, we're hearing from a young boy whose home was hit by a stray bullet. jordy avila, home hit by bullet img3477 00:00:16-00:00:17 "yes i was worried"
thought someone shot my mom." we broke this story for you first on good morning las vegas. a man, woman and child were walking at the apartments near boulder highway and sahara, when three men came up to them. the man and child were pistol whipped, and then the man was shot twice. joey no super img3469 00:00:18-00:00:26 "i was terrified it's why i ran in the house because i didn't know which direction it was coming from and i'm not trying to get hit. i'm terrified of bullets." police say they arrested the shooter.. the other two suspects. a surprise gift makes senator dean heller's office look like a beach party... activists delivered 126 beach balls with petition signatures... demanding the senator take action on merrick garland's supreme court nomination. they say they want to remind heller that summer vacation is over -- and that hundreds of nevadans say it's time the country has a fully-staffed supreme court. president obama nominated garland back in march, but senators want to wait until
senator heller's spokesman sent us a statement saying: "the senator welcomes viewpoints of all constituents and keeps them in mind as he performs his dutues as an elected official." if you are a medical marijuana card holder-- you could be stopped from buying a gun. a federal appeals court is upholding the government's ban-- saying it does not violate the 2nd ammendmant. a woman from nevada filed a lawsuit after a gun store refused to sell her a gun i which bans selling firearms to illegal drug users. marijuana is still illegal under federal law. no word if the woman is planning to appeal. a valley mother is making a bold statement with these signs all over her front yard... you can see, they warn police that her son has autism --- makes loud noises and doesn't understand what a gun is. judy mckim say she was forced to do this... after an incident with henderson police last week. she claims officers assaulted
9-1-1... saying zachary was having a violent outburst. he is in a diaper along with the pacifier and the cops are kneeling on my son and one of them reaches for his gun because zach was fighting for his life we got a statement from henderson police... and they say they have no record of their officers touching zachary. and they say mckim hasn't filed a complaint either. henderson police told us they have reache make sure her concerns are addressed. 13 action news is getting results for a family who says their daughter has missed classes every day of school so far-- because her bus has been so late. jennifer womack says the c-c-s-d bus that picks up kids at nellis air force base showed up at least an hour behind schedule for the past three days. she's worried her daughter is making a bad first impression by missing classes on the first week of school. 04:12:30 womack "we're just
we want to give ccsd and the bus transportation the benefit of the doubt. it's the first week of school, it's frustrating but to what expense? our kids are missing school." we called the district and they say a new permanent driver will be starting on the route today, and they'll be sending out a supervisor to go with them to make sure there are no problems. for years... we've been told too much phone time is terrible for our health. but now there's a new study out that says staring at your phone-- could actually make you healthier! details.. next. greg adlibs weather forecast tease chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first..
now--at the american legion convention. we will listen in-- to see what he's saying and give you any updates good morning, coming up on gma - trump making a tough speech on immigration, just after taking a trip south of the border and meeting with the president of mexico - hillary clinton's running mate senator tim kaine joins us live to
in cape canaveral florida. the jury is still out on the rain chances for today. both our numerical models and future forecast models are split between either a 20% rain chance or less than 5% rain chance to both the valley and moisture content to the low and mid levels will be prominent along with the right amount of heat for lift. the question is will the air
to produce the rain into the valley and that will just have to be monitored throughout the day. as a precaution, grab the umbrella and leave it in the car, office or backpack today. mostly sunny to partly cloudy will be common along with a slight mugginess to the air. winds will be increasing throughout the day but 10-20 mph winds will be
of the south with gusts between 25 and 35 mph valley wide; highs between 100 and 105 degrees. rain chances still look to dwindle out friday and through our labor day weekend with mainly sunny temperatures will continue to drop and by sunday, mid and of 11am and 7pm each day. keeping to the mid and upper 90 through wednesday. we're now learning the contractor hired to conduct those blasts damaging homes in southern highlands... specifically told the homeowners their houses would be safe. v-c-e incorporated sent out a letter assuring homeowners there would not be any damage
explosions. but the homeowners say that couldn't be further from the truth-- they're seeing cracks in their walls, counters and flooring. cracks here, cracks there, cracks in the bathroom (butted with) it's terrible, this is our home, this is our biggest investment, and these guys are blowing it to pieces we reached out to the company.. wesco drilling and blasting.. but they have not responded. v starting today-- the fountain at the miracle mile shops at planet hollywood is going pink for a cause. this month the all of the change dropped into the fountain will be going to "girls on the run." it's a physical activity-based program for young girls. the goals are to build confidence and be healthy. a local boy fighting a rare disease is now becoming a spokesperson for blood donations. 8-year old callum atworth is one of about 700 documented cases in the world with diamond blackfan anemia.. because of the bone marrow disorder ..every 3-to-4 weeks..
united blood services has featured callum on several of their ads, because blood donations are his lifeline. 45959 my name callum atworth , i'm in 3rd grade . (butted with) 51634 each month i am given my sons life continued by blood donors 51636 if you're interested in becoming a blood donor, we have more information on our website. v finds staring at your smart phone all day may not be all that bad for your health after all. researchers say apps focusing on improving diet and physical activity are actually good for you. they say programs with goal- setting and self- monitoring features are the most effective. just out this morning-- walmart is naming its 25 hottest toys for the holidays.
truck"... a teenage mutant ninja tutles mega lair playset... disney princess carriage, sky viper steaming drone, and a razor power electric scooter. walmart makes the list based off the recommendations of hundreds of kids ranging from age two to 12. an amazing catch from a fan at the twins-indians game... the video is now trending... :03-:13 that was abraham almonte hitting the ball deep left.... you see the fan catches it no problem and does a little victory lap and getting high
music video more than 200 musicians are coming together to appeal a judge's ruling on the hit song "blurred lines." last year, the marvin gaye's children won their copyright infringement lawsuit against the songs writers. some the musicians fighting the ruling include composer hans zimmer, r-kelly, linkin park and the go-go's. they say this could have an "adverse impact on their creativity, the creativity of future artists, and on the music industry in general." everyone wants their senior pictures to be memorable... but an unexpected photobomb is making this high schoolers photo a viral sensation. the oregon teen was taking her pictures by a river, when in the background... a naked man... and his dog appeared. the senior tweeted out the picture and it's now been retweeted more than 40-thousand
how's that for a memorable senior pic? you can check out all of the stories trending today... on our ktnv mobile app our whole team is following all the big stories for you right now-- including some troubles on our roads-- megan? crash at rainbow and russell. chopper 13 bringing you breaking news fast and first.. stream from the kennedy space center. where a possible space ex
explosion. you're looking at a live stream from kennedy space center. you can see black smoke billowing into the air.. nasa says space-x was conducting routine test firing of its unmanned falcon 9 rocket this morning when the blast occured. reporting that the falcon 9 was going to deliver a satellite that was a part of facebook c-e-o mark zuckerberg's plan to bring internet to areas in sub-saharan africa. the falcon 9 was schedule to launch saturday. right now here at home- a crash in the middle of a construction zone is
are excited about... but not so much about the venue. it was built in 19-71.... and most recently rennovated in 19-99. new turf was installed last year... still unlv has discussed building a stadium closer to authority board was supposed to meet yesterday. the topic-- what would happen if we don't get the raiders and therefore no new stadium.... that u- n-lv would also use. that meeting at unlv was canceled because not enough people showed up. tonight's game is set to kick off at 7p-m. the rebels are hosting jackson rain chances for today. both our numerical models and future forecast models are split between either a 20% rain chance or less than 5% rain chance to both the valley and the mountains. thanks for watching good morning las vegas.. do something positive today..
good morning, america. breaking right now, state of emergency. florida bracing for its first hurricane in more than a decade as tropical storm hermine strengthens overnight. fears of flooding and tornadoes along the gulf coast. and another hurricane madeline lashes hawaii with flooding, powerful winds and massive waves. breaking overnight, tale of two trumps, a fiery speech on immigration. >> you can call it whatever the hell you want. they're gone. >> doubling down on his promise to build a wall and making mexico pay for it. >> they don't know it yet, but they're going to pay for it. >> a sharp cry from his meeting earlier with mexico's president. >> spectacular, spectacular hardworking people. >> the clinton camp calling it his darkest yet. cruising to jail. two globe-trotting beauties